Lynch goes large

17 April 2008

One of Lynch Plant Hire's 20 new Terex ADTs.

One of Lynch Plant Hire's 20 new Terex ADTs.

The UK’s Lynch Plant Hire has expanded its impressive 800-machine fleet with the purchase of 20 Terex ADTs. A mix of TA25 and TA30s they will be put to work on demolition and construction sites across the UK, according to managing director Merrill Lynch.

Part of the attraction for purchasing Terex ADTs, said Mr Lynch, was the 3-year/5000 hour PowerTrain warranty. The TA25 has a maximum capacity of 23 tonne (13,5 m3), while the TA30RS’s capacity is 28 tonne (17,5 m3). Maximum speeds are 34,2 and 31 km/hour respectively.

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